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The essence of life here 
the nourishment of man

Andre Simon on Gastronomy -
smiles and double chins


Onion Gastronomy -
don't cry for me ..


Beverage Gastronomy
Polly- put the kettle on

Andre Simon discusses Wine  here
" ... England long since ceased to be a wine drinking nation .."


More than Oatmeal  
Scotland's national gastronomy


A Christmas Log Cabin
all-singing electrified Cubs

Christmas
as an event

There is more here on social aspects than tinselism

A Nepali Wedding

Separate Tables
Food Education and School Meals, are they on separate tables?

Green Gastronomy
"I'm fed up with all these milk-miles."


 
 Molecular Gastronomy 

 Today’s Menu at "The Molecule Restaurant".

 

 

 
 

                    


 

  • A Christmas Log Cabin a practical aspect of Christmas - an electrified log-cabin cake made by the author 
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  • Christmas as an event the social aspects of Christmas


  • A Nepali Wedding aspects of the Gastronomy of Nepal - further info via Pubs link to my Diary


 

  • School Meals are on Separate Tables the way today's school meal influences the national gastronomy of pupils as tomorrow's parents


 


 


 

 
 
Tea-break


 

            Gastronomy is everyone's cup of tea!

We all understand the sentiment and "we" assumes people within our culture.  Gastronomy involves other cultures, the way food and its social use varies within different cultures.  This aspect is looked at later.   Meanwhile, have a look at

http://nicecupofteaandasitdown.com/  

The modern use of food anywhere is the product of its evolution.  As an example of an everyday product which has a history, let us look at marmelade.

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    Marmelade

    Here's a story from my childhood [text in the following colour from this point is a quotation]:

    Marie Stuart, Queen of Scots, was brought up at the French Court and betrothed to the Dauphin Francis, the son and heir of the King of France Henri II in 1548. She was often ill and her French maids were always muttering that “Marie est malade” or “Marie malade”, which was easier for them. To ease her queasiness she ate quince jam, since at that time quinces were regarded as healing fruit. With so many calls to her maids for the jam, it passed into the court consciousness as the contraction – marmalade.


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    http://www.answers.com/topic/mary-i-of-scotland

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    Now let's take our first step to other parts of the world.
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  • Click "Around the World" in the side panel.





     

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